Making Sense of Alzheimer’s is a creative space for people to understand the past, present and future of Alzheimer’s disease.
Making Sense of Alzheimer’s features stories and ideas that tackle the many and changing understanding of what Alzheimer’s disease is and how we try to make sense of it in our own lives. The voices of patients, scientists, writers, caregivers, students, singers, doctors, and artists are expressed here through words, images and sounds.
The website is an evolving forum, a gallery of ideas, a museum without walls. Click here to take a walk through the website.
It is is produced by the Neurodegenerative Disease Ethics and Policy Program at the University of Pennsylvania and the Outreach, Recruitment and Education Core of the National Institute on Aging-designated Alzheimer’s Disease Center at Penn, with support from MetLife Foundation,
the Healthy Brain Research Network, and donations from people like you.
Your feedback and your stories are part of this community; please join us.